NHTSA estimated that onboard units (OBUs) supporting V2V communication functions would cost $350 per vehicle by 2020.

University review of USDOT cost estimates.

Made Public Date
05/08/2019

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United States
Identifier
2019-00425
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Summary Information

Based on current market factors, the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) has estimated that in-vehicle equipment such as on-board units (OBUs) that enable vehicle-to-vehicle (V2V) communications and support security management functions would cost approximately $350 per vehicle in 2020.

Connected Vehicle Infrastructure: Deployment and Funding Overview

Connected Vehicle Infrastructure: Deployment and Funding Overview
Publication Sort Date
01/01/2018
Author
Steadman, Maxwell; and Brett Huntsman
Publisher
Texas A&M Transportation Institute

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System Cost

V2V OBU: $350 per vehicle